Fishing

Researcher working to cure ‘beaver fever’

by Jason Bain | July 19, 2019

There may someday be a cure for giardiasis – a common intestinal infection known for causing prolonged diarrhea, stomach cramps and fatigue frequently referred to as ‘beaver fever’ – thanks to the research of an Ontario scientist.

muskie fishing in the Canadian Shield

Muskie fishing in the Canadian Shield

by JP Bushey | July 18, 2019

When muskie fishing in the Canadian Shield – where some of the best muskie water on earth is found – it’s as simple as working rocks, weeds, and depth.

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Rapala buys stake in 13 Fishing

by Jason Bain | July 15, 2019

The world’s largest fishing lure manufacturer has bought a minority stake in a fast-growing Clearwater, Florida-based rod and reel maker established in 2012.

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Dead fish in Ottawa River investigated

by Jason Bain | July 12, 2019

An investigation is underway after hundreds of dead fish were found in the Ottawa River east of the nation’s capital, according to local media.

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ICAST 2019 award winners announced

by Jason Bain | July 11, 2019

The hardware has been handed out at ICAST 2019.

Busting weedbed bass

by John Kerr | July 11, 2019

If you’re interested in largemouth bass, but hate fishing “weeds”, then you had better abandon the sport.

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Feedback sought for new Canada-Ontario Agreement protecting Great Lakes

by Jason Bain | July 9, 2019

Public feedback is sought for a new draft Canada-Ontario Agreement (COA) on Great Lakes Water Quality and Ecosystem Health released by the provincial and federal governments earlier this month.

ICAST 2019

ICAST 2019: What’s new in fishing

by Ray Blades | July 8, 2019

Get OOD exclusives on the latest in fishing innovation and technology at ICAST 2019, from Managing Editor Ray Blades, live on location

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Walleye in the pads

by Gord Ellis | July 4, 2019

He tied on a jig and a yellow plastic twister-tail grub, and impaled a leech on the hook. His presentation was basic. He’d pitch the jig into a gap between pads and reel it back with only a slight swimming movement. His first fish was a 12-inch (30.5 cm) perch. My fashion­ defying partner threw it in the livewell and was soon back at it.